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Jennifer Aniston shows off natural curls using LolaVie hair products


The one with Jennifer Aniston’s natural curls. 

The “Friends” star took to social media to show off her enviable loose waves while sharing a hair tutorial on Instagram. 

Aniston, 53, used her own haircare brand LolaVie to achieve the effortless look, letting her locks air dry after scrunching a product into her damp hair.

“Air dry and a little bit of @lolavie,” she captioned the quick video, where she’s seen using her brand’s natural lightweight hair oil ($32), which promises to “transform the look of dull, damaged, and dry hair.”

Of course, the “Along Came Polly” actress never seems to have a dull mane or a bad hair day.

Her celebrity friends were quick to weigh in with their support. “Love the waves and air dry ” Rita Wilson raved. Michelle Pfeiffer commented “love!!” with not one but three fire emojis and Jenna Dewan called her “the most natural stunning goddess.” Naomi Watts and Isla Fisher also showed their love in the comments section.

Aniston’s hair has been her centerpiece since she starred as Rachel on “Friends,” inspiring generations of women to recreate her now iconic layered haircut. 

The “Morning Show” actress cashed in on the love for her locks and launched LolaVie in September 2021 with her debut product, a glossing de-tangler. She has since expanded into shampoos, conditioners and more.

This isn’t the first time Aniston’s flaunted her natural locks. In January, she snapped a pair of makeup-free Instagram photos showcasing her waves with the caption, “Okay, Humidity…🥵😵‍💫⁣ Let’s go…..👊🏼💪🏼,” making sure to tag LolaVie.

And the actress has been getting candid on social media more and more, recently sharing a spray tan fail and letting “Friends” co-star David Schwimmer hilariously recreate her sexy shower snaps.

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The “Morning Show” actress is embracing the air dry lifestyle.



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